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was in the back of the end zone, and the coaches and i were somewhere right in here. >> narrator: todd ross is a certified athletic trainer who is at every football practice and game at the private school will james attends. he was on the field when will collapsed. >> he made it to about the five-yard line. picked him up, and we started to carry him towards that gate. we got him into the junior high locker room because it was the closest locker room. since he was unconscious, we opted for putting him in the shower and dumping ice on him, after we had started to slow down his... lower his body temperature. >> there should never, ever be a person die from exertional heatstroke, because it's 100% survivable. >> narrator: doug casa is a leading expert on heatstroke. >> the key to surviving exertional heatstroke is what you do in the first five to ten minutes. you have to minimize the amount of time that the athlete is hyperthermic. it basically comes down to somewhere between around 105 to 106 degrees, how many minutes are you above this critical threshold for cell damage will impact whether th
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